23 September 2017
Result Archive
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FWC indicators set: Detailed review of existing sustainability indicators concepts and sustainability indicators sets of relevance for the FWC, review of potential indicators for selection and their assessment

The present document gives a short overview of the development of the EFORWOOD Indicator set. The report gives a definition of indicators and an overview of existing sustainability models. Thereafter it reviews alredy existing indicator sets that have been found relevant for the development of the EFORWOOD indicator set

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D1.1.3 Policy data base on FWC SI-relevant policies and data tables for ToSIA base run on existing relevant policy thresholds for SI indicators, comprehensive data-base of referenced policy documents sections to FWC stages and FWC SI indicators as well as thresholds set on indicators
This report documents the development of a policy database for policies relevant to the Forestry-Wood-Chain. The paper shows the structure and preliminary content of the policy database. >>  >>


EFORWOOD Forest Model  The purpose of this report is to document the choice of model structure and development of the forest sector model to be applied in EFORWOOD.


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D1.3.3 An Econometrics Analysis of Timber Supply in Eight Notherwestern European Countries The paper presents an econometric analysis of the timber supply in eight North-Western European countries. For each country, the time series covers the years 1980 - 2006 >> >>
D1.4.3 and D1.4.5
First ToSIA prototype  

The purpose of this document is to explain the general approach that ToSIA takes to assess the sustainability of FWCs. This delivery report provides a comprehensive documentation of the ToSIA modelling framework, referring to other documents for more detailed technical descriptions of the components.

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D1.4.5 and D1.4.6 Second ToSIA prototype The report aims to inform the researchers as well as interested stakeholders and the general public about the progress of work on the sustainability impact assessment (SIA) approach in EFORWOOD. The purpose of this document is to present the latest developments in ToSIA methodology and to give an overview of the work that has been done up to month 23 of the EFORWOOD project.
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D.1.4.7(i) List of external factors affecting the FWC This deliverable is a simple first listing of external factors affecting the FWC. This us used as input to the scenarios documentation and for discussion in scenario workshop. >> >>
D1.4.7 (upadate) Reference futures and Scenarios for the European FWC The aim of this document is to define, quantify and downscale the reference futures A1 and B2 to European forest wood chain specific input material. >> >>
D1.5.5 A technical report documenting the results of the MCA and CBA procedures for a regional-defined single chain in Baden-Wurttemberg After clarifying methodological isseus in the deliverables PD1.5.2 and PD1.5.3 , the evaluation tools were tested on a "real-life" example, the Baden-Wurttemberg single chain. >> >>
D2.1.3 Definition of forest management alternatives This document defines five forest management alternatives that can be arranged along a gradient of management intensity from non-intervention to intensive stand management >> >>
D2.2.2 Impact of forest management on environmental services This document synthesises the impact of forest management on environmental services from forests.  Focus is on impacts of the single forest management operations on indicators and of typical management alternatives (combinations of operations) on the services. >>  >>
D2.3.1 Social and Cultural Values associated with European Forests in Relation to Key Indicators of Sustainability This deliverable presents the results of a literature review and analysis of Social and Cultural Values associated with European forests, and their relationship to existing and new indicators to measure or describe those values. >> >>
D2.4.3 Forest stands management and vulnerability to biotic and abiotic hazards This document synthesized and reviewed the available information of the effects of forestry practices on stand vulnerability to biotoc and abiotic hazards in European forests, concentrating on mammal herbivores, pest insects, pathogenic fungi, wind and fire.
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D2.5.5 Internet database on forest models The objective of this free access database – FORMODEL - is to describe and provide information about forest modeling tools in a straightforward, simple and hierarchically structured way. Model description catalogues the ability of models to estimate sustainability indicators as well as the improvements needed in order to improve model performance in this respect. >> >>
D3.1.2 Key products of the forest-based industries and their demands on wood raw material properties This report express the demands on wood and fibres for selected products from major production lines in terms of raw material properties. >> >>
D3.2.3 SI-data for harvesting operations This report concerns the documentation of how data and SI indicators are collected and formed for three test chains, namely Nordic Pine chain, Spruce chain and the Eucalyptus chain.  >> >>
D3.3.3 Assessement of logistics concept to sustainability: Development of a common approach to transport issues This document aims to give an overview of the general context of sustainability of transport and logistics and to explain the choice made within EFORWOOD.  >>  >>
D4.2.2 Report on Review of Existing Tool The objective of this repoprt is to review the existing tools for the assessment of different sustainability criteria, gather tools from different regions and sources to facilitate a better understanding of Sustainable Development assessment. >> >>
D5.1.4 Report on process identification and aggregation including data for ToSIA test chains This report includes the results of the mapping process in Industry to consumer interactions (Module 5) of the EFORWOOD project. >> >>
D5.2.3 Report on relevant value chains from a FWC sustainability, consumer/market and macro-economic perspective This report contains analysis of the most relevant value chains from a FWC sustainability, consumer/market and micro-economic perspective. The report is based on a range of qualitative and quantitative methods including surveys, interviews and focus groups  >>  >>
D5.2.4 Summary analysis report on consumers, wood based products and substitutes in the light of forestry-wood chain sustainability concept including the indentification of the hot spots This report provides an analysis on the behaviour and perception of consumers towards wood based products and their substitutes from the point of view of the forestry-wood chain sustainability concept. >> >>
D5.2.7 Report on training methods for the analysis of consumers’ attitude to FWC products The main objective of the training session is to transmit the M5 analysis results on the behaviour and perceptions of the European consumers towards FWC products from the point of view of sustainability concept to the rest of the modules. >> >>




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Thematic Priority:
Global Change and Ecosystems
Duration: November 2005 - October 2009 (4 years)
Budget: €20 million
Partners: 38 organisations


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Project Co-ordinator:
Prof. Kaj Rosen, Skogforsk, Sweden
Email: kaj.rosen@skogforsk.se
Web: www.eforwood.com

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